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Sport Management Review Insights is your accompaniment to the academic journal, Sport Management Review. The podcast will delve into the journal’s published research by speaking to the researchers themselves. Each podcast is dedicated to a published research article from the journal, which you’ll also be able to read at the Sport Management Review website. If you love sport, you'll love Sport Management Review Insights! Thanks to the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand ...
 
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El sexto episodio de esta temporada, dedicada a los retos de las empresas dedicadas al deporte y su dirección, trata sobre la necesidad de la consultoría. La conversación en este podcast con Jordi Viñas, profesor del máster y socio.director de Itik (www.itik.cat) es francamente interesante. Un consultoría nos puede ayudar a mirar lejos, a diseñar e…
 
El reto de la transformación digital en la sociedad también llega al deporte. La digitalización crece en muchos ámbitos y se va consolidando la tendencia, pero dar ese paso no es fácil ni inmediato. Este episodio trata de los puntos favorables y desfavorables de este proceso de cambio. También presenta un modelo para facilitar la transformación dig…
 
El mercado del deporte evoluciona, igual que evoluciona la sociedad adaptando las nuevas formas de comunicación, las nuevas oportunidades para el ocio, los nuevos retos adoptando la tecnología, etc. En este episodio hablamos sobre los e-sports con Oscar Vilanova, antiguo alumno del máster (promoción 2016). Ha sido director del festival gamergy, own…
 
El reto de crear una empresa de asesoramiento deportivo es el tema que trata este tercer episodio. De la mano de Carlos Portilla (promoción 2012) comentamos lo que ha vivido para crear su empresa (https://entrenopersonal.com) hace ya poco más de nueve años. Revisamos el mercado de la bicicleta y las oportunidades que ofrece. Analizamos el crecimien…
 
Este segundo episodio de los retos que en gestión deportiva hablamos sobre las sinergias del deporte y el turismo. Hemos invitado a Damià Serrano, Director de marketing de l’Agència Catalana de Turisme de la Generalitat de Catalunya. El Turismo genera mas del 12% del PIB en Cataluña. El Deporte es responsable de más del 3% del PIB Catalán.El trabaj…
 
In this episode we chat to Daniel Rhind from Loughborough University about conceptualising a safety culture from a child safeguarding in sport perspective . We discuss the article Daniel and co-authors Frank Owusu-Sekyere and Laura Hills published about the topic "Safeguarding culture: towards a new approach to preventing child maltreatment in spor…
 
Iniciamos la tercera temporada de los Podcast tratando los retos de dirección en el sector deportivo. En el primer episodio tratamos el reto de recuperar, y aumentar, los clientes satisfechos. Es especialmente relevante después de la Pandemia. Hemos invitado a Pedro Hidalgo, consultor de marketing digital y profesor del master en Gestión Económica …
 
In this episode we chat to Yuhei Inoue from Manchester Metropolitan University about how sport organisations can play a more active role in contributing to crisis response and recovery. We discuss the article Yuhei and co-authors Daniel Lock, Leah Gillooly, Richard Shipway, and Steve Swanson published about the topic "The organizational identificat…
 
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from Louisiana State University about the relationships among co-streamer expertise, co-streamer identification, co-streaming fit, virtual interactions, and continuous watching intentions. We discuss the article Tyreal published about the topic "Watching sports on Twitch? A study of factors influencing continuan…
 
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from the University of Illinois about the influence of sport-based youth development programs on intentional self-regulation. We discuss the article Wonju and co-authors Gareth Jones, Moonsup Hyun, Daniel Funk, Liz Taylor, and Jon Welty Peachey published about the topic "Development and transference of intention…
 
In this episode we chat to Mitchell McSweeney from York University about analysing the bicycles for development "movement" as hybrid organisations attempting to achieve development goals. We discuss the article Mitchell and co-authors Lyndsay Hayhurst, Brian Wilson, Emerald Bandoles, and Kelvin Leung published about the topic "Colliding mandates of…
 
In this episode we chat to Per Svensson from Louisiana State University about the utility of employee engagement in the context of the sport for development workforce. We discuss the article Per and co-authors Shinhee Jeong, Brad Shuck, and Marcella Otto published about the topic "Antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement in sport for develop…
 
In this episode we chat to Liz Taylor from Temple University about using social role theory to examine workplace behaviours within intercollegiate athletic department employees. We discuss the article Liz and co-authors Rose Marie Ward, Matt Huml, and Lindsey Darvin published about the topic "Examining intercollegiate athletic department employees’…
 
In this episode we chat to Mohsen Loghmani from Griffith University about understanding the career dynamics of elite football referees from childhood to the elite level. We discuss the article Mohsen and co-authors, Graham Cuskelly and Tom Webb published about the topic "Examining the career dynamics of elite football referees: a unique identificat…
 
In this episode we chat to Thilo Kunkel from Temple University about understanding the name, image, and likeness (NIL) value of student-athletes’ social media profiles. We discuss the article Thilo and co-authors, Bradley Baker, Thomas Baker, and Jason Doyle published about the topic "There is no nil in NIL: examining the social media value of stud…
 
In this episode we chat to Lindsey Darvin from State University of New York at Cortland about the experiences of women employees in the esports industry. We discuss the article Lindsey and co-authors , John Holden, Janelle Wells, and Thomas Baker published about the topic "Breaking the glass monitor: examining the underrepresentation of women in es…
 
In this episode we chat to Laura Misener from Western University about how social change has been addressed within sport management scholarship. We discuss the article Laura and co-authors Kyle Rich and Erin Pearson published about the topic "Tensions and opportunities in researching social change in sport management".…
 
En este podcast analizamos el reto de la sostenibilidad medioambiental, centrándonos en el mundo del deporte. Instalaciones, competiciones, y el mar. ¿Qué supone ser sostenible para un dirigente del deporte? ¿se puede ser sostenible pensando en verde? ¿Se puede ganar dinero mejorando el planeta? Estas son algunas de las preguntas que hacemos a Ana …
 
In this episode we chat to Josh McLeod from Deakin University about how supporter directors on sport boards can overcome the challenges that inhibit effective performance. We discuss the article Josh and co-authors Andrew Jenkin, Geoff Walters, & Richard Irving published about the topic "The role and performance of supporter directors: A social exc…
 
In this episode we chat to Danny O'Brien from Bond University about how commercial sport organisations can contribute to community capacity building. We discuss the article Danny published about the topic "Commercial sport organisations and community capacity building: a case study of two surf parks".…
 
In this episode we chat to Kristen Morrison from University of Waterloo about the conditions that influence strategic planning in nonprofit community sport organizations. We discuss the article Kristen and co-author Katie Misener published about the topic "Exploring the conditions for strategic planning in nonprofit community sport".…
 
In this episode we chat to Ben Larkin from Merrimack College about the use of collective narcissism to explore attitudinal and behavioural differences among highly identified fans. We discuss the article Ben and co-authors Janet Fink and Elizabeth Delia published about the topic "Identified, but not identical: exploring the influence of collective …
 
In this episode we chat to Calvin Nite from Texas A&M University about how scholars can effectively implement institutional work within studies of sport phenomena. We discuss the article Calvin and co-author Jonathon Edwards published about the topic "From isomorphism to institutional work: advancing institutional theory in sport management researc…
 
In this episode we chat to Anthony Kim from University of Southern Indiana about the conceptualisation of switching costs in the context of fitness centres. We discuss the article Anthony and co-author Kevin Byon published about the topic "Conceptualization of switching costs in fitness centers: a higher-order reflective-formative model".…
 
In this episode we chat to Cleo Schyvinck from Ghent University about analysing cause related marketing in professional sport clubs through social network analysis. We discuss the article Cleo and co-authors Michael L. Naraine, Bram Constandt, and Annick Willem published about the topic "A network perspective on cause-related marketing collaboratio…
 
In this episode we chat to Edward Hall from Northumbria University about a head coach’s enactment of their hybrid role in an elite level sport organisation. We discuss the article Edward and co-authors Shirley Gray, Amanda Martindale, John Sproule, John Kelly, and Paul Potrac published about the topic "Doing hybrid management work in elite sport: t…
 
El sexto episodio del podcast viene de la mano de las opiniones de alumnos actuales sobre las habilidades que un directivo debe desarrollar. Todos ellos son profesionales en activo, vinculados con el mundo del deporte, y trabajando en este apasionante sector. Queremos agradecer a todos los alumnos del máster, que nos han enviado audios con sus opin…
 
In this episode we chat to Gareth Jones from Temple University about how dimensions of safe space were cultivated through a community sport-for-development event We discuss the article Gareth and co-authors Elizabeth Taylor, Christine Wegner, Colin Lopez, Heather Kennedy, and Anthony Pizzo published about the topic "Cultivating “safe spaces” throug…
 
In this episode we chat to Nico Schulenkorf from University of Technology Sydney about the suitability of applying Intergroup contact theory as a framework for analysing sport-for-development interventions. We discuss the article Nico and Emma Sherry published about the topic "Applying intergroup contact theory to sport-for development".…
 
In this episode we chat to Josh McLeod from Deakin University about how power influences the rent-seeking activities of board members in Indian national sport federations. We discuss the article Josh and co-authors David Shilbury & Géraldine Zeimers published about the topic "Power and rent-seeking on boards: a case study of national sport federati…
 
In this episode we chat to Jonathan Jensen from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about the factors that lead to sponsor retention. We discuss the article Jonathan and co-authors David Head, Olivia Monroe, & Scott Nestler published about the topic "Investigating sport league sponsor retention: Results from a semi-parametric hazard model".…
 
In this episode we chat to Kat Raw from Western Sydney University about how managers handle tensions and conflict in implementing sport for development programs. We discuss the article Kat and co-authors Emma Sherry and Nico Schulenkorf published about the topic "Managing Sport for Development: An Investigation of Tensions and Paradox".…
 
In this episode we chat to Vahid Delshab from University of Kurdistan about the the effect of unlearning context on organizational performance of community sport clubs. We discuss the article Vahid and co-authors Do Young Pyun, Shannon Kerwin, and Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro published about the topic "The impact of unlearning context on organizati…
 
In this episode we chat to Mel Johnston from Auckland University of Technology about the determinants of support and participation intention for a major sport event referendum. We discuss the article Mel and co-authors Michael Naylor, Geoff Dickson, David Hedlund, and Tim Kellison published about the topic "Determinants of support and participation…
 
In this episode we chat to Tim Kellison from Georgia State University about voter attitudes and the political impact of residents’ support of, or opposition to, a stadium subsidy. We discuss the article Tim and co-author Brian Mills published about the topic "Voter intentions and political implications of legislated stadium subsidies".…
 
In this episode we chat to Adam Love from University of Tennessee about how sport management can focus further on social change. We discuss the article Adam and co-authors Samuel Bernstein and Ryan King-White published about the topic "“Two heads are better than one”: A continuum of social change in sport management".…
 
In this episode we chat to Elisavet Manoli from Loughborough University about how perceived severity of corruption influences people’s views of how traditional and social media communicate sport corruption issues. We discuss the article Elisavet and co-author Comille Bandura published about the topic "Perceptions of the role of traditional and soci…
 
In this episode we chat to Yue Meng-Lewis from Open University Business School about the career development process of professional eSports athletes. We discuss the article Yue and co-authors Donna Wong, Yupei Zhao, and Gavin Lewis published about the topic "Understanding complexity and dynamics in the career development of eSports athletes".…
 
In this episode we chat to Graham Cuskelly from Griffith University about the selection process for volunteers at major sport events. We discuss the article Graham and co-authors Liz Fredline, Eunjung Kim, Shane Barry, and Pam Kappelides published about the topic "Volunteer selection at a major sport event: A strategic Human Resource Management app…
 
In this episode we chat to John Hayton from Northumbria University about the relationship between sport event volunteering and social class. We discuss the article John and Milly Blundell published about the topic "Exploring the relationship between social class and sport event volunteering".저자 Vitor Sobral Sheranne Fairley
 
In this episode we chat to Jan Schönberner from University of Bayreuth about the personal motivations behind sport sponsorship decisions. We discuss the article Jan and co-authors Herbert Woratschek and Guido Ellert published about the topic "Hidden agenda in sport sponsorship – The influence of managers’ personal objectives on sport sponsorship de…
 
En el quinto episodio entrevistamos a Sara Carmona, antigua alumna (2011) con quien comentamos cómo vive el deporte y ayuda a otras personas a cambiar con el Deporte. Especialmente fomentando retos en el deporte femenino. Después de enfrentarse a la Titan Desert tomo el reto con treinta mujeres para afrontar un reto conjunto que logran todas ellas.…
 
In this episode we chat to Jeremy Foreman from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette about the factors that allow coaches to make lateral moves into central coaching positions, specifically focused on race. We discuss the article Jeremy and co-author Robert Turick published about the topic "The effect of race on lateral moves to coach central po…
 
In this episode we chat to Ashley Thompson from University of Ottawa about how radical change impacts national-level sport organization effectiveness. We discuss the article Ashley and co-author Milena Parent published about the topic "Understanding the impact of radical change on the effectiveness of national-level sport organizations: A multi-sta…
 
In this episode we chat to Erin Buzuvis from Western New England University about law and public policy governing the rights of transgender athletes to participate in sports programs in the United States of America. We discuss the article Erin published about the topic "Law, policy, and the participation of transgender athletes in the United States…
 
In this episode we chat to Nicole Melton from the University of Massachusetts Amherst about sport marketing issues related to LGBTQ individuals. We discuss the article Nicole and co-author Jeffrey MacCharles published about the topic "Examining sport marketing through a rainbow lens".저자 Vitor Sobral Sheranne Fairley
 
In this episode we chat to Sally Shaw from the University of Otago and George Cunningham from Texas A&M University about Sport Management Review's scholarly exchange on LGBTQ+ experiences in sport management. We discuss the article Sally and George published "The rainbow connection: a scoping review and introduction of a scholarly exchange on LGBTQ…
 
In this episode we chat to Jon Welty-Peachy from the University of Illinois about the theoretical and conceptual advancements made in sport-for-development research and the potential for future studies. We discuss the article Jon and co-authors Nico Schulenkorf and Patrick Hill published about the topic "Sport-for-development: A comprehensive analy…
 
In this episode we chat to Minjung Kim from University of Mississippi about the relationship between coach leadership and athletes’ psychological capital (PsyCap), performance satisfaction, and psychological well-being We discuss the article Minjung and co-authors Young Do Kim and Hyun-Woo Lee published about the topic "It is time to consider athle…
 
El Paddle despegó como deporte en los años 80. En los años 90 destacan dos jugadores: Juan Martín Días y Fernando Belasteguín, con el primer puesto mundial durante 13 años. En el 2010 inicia su andadura el World Paddle Tour, y cada edición aumenta la internacionalización. En el cuarto episodio de esta temporada del Podcast “Experiencias en Direcció…
 
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